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Carter Appointed to Central Seminary Faculty

February 09, 2016

Terrell Carter  
Terrell Carter

Terrell Carter, adjunct instructor of art at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, has been named director of contextualized learning and assistant professor of practical theology at Central Baptist Theological Seminary

As the director, he is responsible for the overall development, implementation, daily operation and evaluation of the internship and capstone projects for the new master of divinity curriculum. 

Carter has nearly a decade of experience in field education development and supervision, as well as 12 years of teaching and academic administration experience. Most recently, he served as the site coordinator for Central Seminary’s ministry certificate program in St. Louis, Mo.

“For most of my professional career, I have been praying for an opportunity to serve in a position like this that would allow me to help students of varying backgrounds and abilities as they discern God’s will for their lives,” Carter said.

In addition to this role, he serves as the senior pastor of Webster Groves Baptist Church. He also is a former police officer for the City of St. Louis, and the author of, “Walking the Blue Line,” a book that details his experience protecting and serving neighborhoods in the midst of racial tensions.

Carter is a visual artist best known for his work with oil sticks, oil pastel and ink prints. He has exhibited his artwork throughout the United States, South Africa, Japan and Taiwan.

Carter holds a bachelor’s degree with a double major in biblical studies and organizational leadership, a Master of Fine Arts with a concentration in arts management and leadership, and a Doctor of Theology.